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Sure. It could be a fine car with many years of useful life left in it.

Little old ladies have cars too.

I remember once trading for a Buick Century that was owned by a Catholic Priest. It was maybe twelve or fifteen years old and had twenty or thirty thousand miles. Oil was changed every three months, whether the car had been driven a thousand miles in that time or not.

My point was that, in my market, such a car would be sold within 24 hours provided it were legitimate.
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